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Published by 

The Senior Class 

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NORTH ADAMS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 



DEDICATION 





To 



PROFESSOR EDMUND K. LUDDY 



OUR SINCERE GRATITUDE FOR 
FOUR YEARS OF GUIDANCE AND UNDERSTANDING. 




GROVER C. BOWMAN 

President 



PRESIDENTS MESSAGE 



To The Senior Class: 

Principal Murdock once used these words on a Christmas card, 
"Welcome to the Future". This will be my greeting to you as your 
college years come to a close and you enter the future. In this 
chaotic period of history, the years ahead will be full of uncer- 
tainties. But I hope that the college has given you a strength of 
mind, a fortitude of heart and an abiding faith in the eternal 
verities, so that you will not lose your way or yourself in whatever 
the future holds for you. 

You are to be teachers at a time when the world needs teachers 
who can give others wisdom, courage and faith. To this great 
work the future welcomes you. 

GROVER C. BOWMAN, President 




The Faculty 



Faculty and Staff 



DR. GROVER C. BOWMAN 
DR. HAZEL B. MILEHAM 
MISS MARY UNDERHILL 
MISS BETH WESTON 
MISS LILLIAN BOYDEN 
MISS MARTHA DURNIN 
MISS MARGARET LANOUE 
MR. EDMUND K. LUDDY 
MR. WALLACE VENABLE 
MR. ANDREW S. FLAGG 

MR. KALERVO KANNSANIVA 
MISS BERTHA ALLYN 

MISS HELENE CHAPMAN 
MR. WILLIAM MALONE 
MRS. DOROTHY HARDING 



Training School Faculty 

MISS HELEN MALLERY 
MISS LORETTA LOFTUS 
MISS HELEN NEWELL 
MISS VIOLA COOPER 
MRS. WILLIAM BARRY 




SENIOR CLASS 



Class Officers 

President, Paul Klein 

Vice-President, Alice Bosma 

Secretary, Marie Lamarre 

Treasurer, Pearl Landstrom 




PHYLLIS MARIE ANDREWS 



Red Cross 3, 4 

Chairman of Red Cross 4 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Commuters' Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Year Book Staff 3,4 

Class Song 4 

President's List 3 

Frank Fuller Murdock Society 4 




ARTHUR ERNEST BARTLETT 



Great Books Seminar 3, 4 

Student Council 3,4 

President 4 

Central Treasurer 3 

Current Events Club 1, 2, 3 

President . 3 

Vice-President 2 

Yearbook Staff 4 

Glee Club 2 

Drama Club 3 

Taconic Columns 2, 3 

M. A. A 1, 2, 3, 4 

President's List 2, 3, 4 

Delegate to New York Conference 4 

Frank Fuller Murdock Society 4 




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ALICE JESSIE BOSMA 



Class Secretary 2 

Class President 3 

Class Vice-President 4 

W. A. A 1, 2, 3, 4 

Vice-President 2 

President 4 

Taconic Columns 1, 2, 3 

Circulation Manager 2, 3 

House Council 1,4 

Class Representative 1 

President 4 

Yearbook Staff 3,4 

President's List 1, 3, 4 

Frank Fuller Murdock Society 2, 3, 4 

Vice-President 3 

President 4 




TERESA ELEANOR CONNORS 



Art Club 1, 2 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Librarian 2 

Current Events Club 1, 2, 4 

Secretary 4 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

President 1, 2, 3 

Boston Conference 2 

W. A. A 1, 2, 3, 4 

Great Books Seminar 3, 4 

Taconic Columns 2 





ROLAND A. P. GAGNIER 



Newman Club 1 

Current Events Club 1 

Basketball 2 




ELIZABETH JANE GRANDE 



Class Treasurer 3 

Taconic Columns 2 

Red Cross Unit 3 

W. A. A 1, 2, 3, 4 

Class Representative 3 

Newman Club 2, 3, 4 

Yearbook Staff 3 

Commuters' Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Vice-President 3 




VIOLA IRENE HARRIS 



Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

President's List 3 

Glee Club Librarian 1,2 

Secretary of Class '48 1 

Treasurer of Class of '48 3 

Commuters' Club Vice-President 3 

W. A. A 1 




FRANCES CARMEN KARREY 



Glee Club 1, 2, 3 

Commuters' Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Red Cross Unit 1, 2, 3, 4 




PAUL A. KLEIN 



Glee Club 2, 3, 4 

Newman Club 2, 3, 4 

M. A. A 3, 4 

Great Books Seminar 3 

Class President 4 

Student Council 4 

Basketball 3 

Yearbook Staff 3,4 




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MERLYS LaFOGG 



Glee Club 1, 2, 3 

Red Cross Unit 1, 2, 3, 4 

Red Cross Conference, Springfield 2 

Commuters' Club 1, 2, 3, 4 




MARIE VIRGINIA LAMARRE 



Taconic Columns 1, 2, 3, 4 

Reporter 1, 3, 4 

Business Manager 2 

Drama Club, Vice-President 1 

Glee Club 1, 3, 4 

Vice-President 4 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

W. A. A 1, 2, 3, 4 

Commuters' Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Secretary-Treasurer 1, 2, 3 

Red Cross Unit 2, 3, 4 

Class Vice-President 2 

Class Secretary 4 

Student Council Secretary 3 

Yearbook Staff Editor 4 

Delegate to Boston Conference 3 




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PEARL ERMA LANDSTROM 



Class Secretary 3 

Class Treasurer 4 

Commuters' Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Red Cross 2, 3, 4 

Secretary 3 

W. A. A 2, 3 

President's List 2, 3 

Yearbook Staff 3 

Frank Fuller Murdock Society 4 




MARY ALMA MARTIN 



Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

House Council 2, 3, 4 

President's List 3 

Drama Club 2 

Properties Committee for "The Male Animal" 
W. A. A 1, 2 




CAROL MARIE MOLLOY 



Class Secretary-Treasurer 1 

Class President 2 

Student Council Vice-President 2 

Drama Club Vice-President 2, 3 

"The Male Animal" 2 

Taconic Columns 2 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

W. A. A 1, 2 

President's List 2 

Yearbook Business Manager 4 

May Queen's Procession 2, 4 

Commuters' Club 1, 2, 3, 4 





GERTRUDE COPELAND PECK 



W. A. A 1, 2, 3, 4 

Secretary 2 

Drama Club, Property Committee 2 

Dormitory Vice-President 3 




ANN MARY SCHLOSSTEIN 



Class President 1 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Secretary-Treasurer 2 

Sophomore Editor of Yearbook 2 

W. A. A 1, 2, 3, 4 

Drama Club 2 

Properties Committee of "The Male Animal" 
May Queen's Procession 1,3 

Maid of Honor 




HELEN G. TASKIN 



Vice-President of Music Club 2 

Glee Club 1, 2 

Commuters' Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Yearbook Photography Editor 4 

May Queen 4 



HISTORY 

(CLASS OF '49) 

It is a Class of seventeen 
Who stoppeth ere they pass 
Beyond the College Halls, to glean 
Fond memories from the past. 

With more than half - two score and three 
We started toward this goal, 
But less in size, no less are we 
Our duties to unfold. 

In jest or justly we've been typed 
With ''strong and silent" code, 
And proudly we reveal this might 
Which paved a solid road. 

We stood the strong transition when 
Our halls began to burst, 
As every class grew strong with men, 
Each stronger than the first. 



We've watched a changing faculty, 
At every loss we've grieved, 
But none the less, new members we 
Have cordiallv received. 



All college clubs in our four years 
Have been a helpful tool, 
We've even touched the one of peers, 
High Honors in the school. 

We've rallied round Mt. Greylock's tower 
We claim a Stunt Night prize, 
We even have before her hour, 
A teacher in disguise. 

We've seen the renovations made 
In paint and personnel, 
The former was a growing aid 
Caused by the fire bell. 

We, even in our quietness 
Have proved the college norm; 
The answer for the noise is this, 
It's all made in the Dorm. 

Here but an outline has been penned 
Of history's open door 
This School and Education have 
Our hope forevermore. 



Paul A. Klein 



CLASS SONG 

(Tune - Battle Hymn of the Republic) 

Though we have felt the sadness 
Of our parting from this school, 
We will look ahead together 
And let Friendship be our rule, 
We will always let our actions 
Show that thinking is our tool, 
And we'll remember you. 
N.A.S.T.C. we'll teach school; 
N.A.S.T.C, we'll travel, 
N.A.S.T.C. we'll marry, 
But we'll remember you. 

Since we have worked together 
We have added to our life, 
We have held our goal before us 
And have conquered every strife, 
May this school go on forever 
Giving greatness to each life — 
And we'll remember you. 
N.A.S.T.C. we'll teach school; 
N.A.S.T.C. we'll travel, 
N.A.S.T.C. we'll marry, 
But we'll remember you. 

Phyliss Andrews 



CLASS WILL 

We, the class of 1949, being of sound mind, sound body, and 
silent lips do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament. 

I, Ann Schlosstein, leave my ability to make a score of 70 (or 
a reasonable facsimile thereof, anyway) in golf. 

I, Mary Martin, leave to all dormitory girls my "baby-sitting" 
techniques. 

I, Gertrude Peck, leave my acting ability to anyone slightly 
interested. 

I, Helen Taskin, leave my ability to enjoy life (joie de vivre) 
at all times. 

I, Pearl Landstrom, leave my strong and quiet manner to be 
distributed where needed. 

I, Paul Klein, leave many broken hearts to be mended by the 
male contingent of the student body. 

I, Roland Gagnier, leave my techniques for walking the baby 
at three o'clock in the morning to all prospective fathers in the 
student body. 

I, Arthur Bartlett, leave my ability to use big words in the 
right places. 

I, Marie Lamarre, leave my enthusiasm for all things to all 
students of N. A. S. T. C. 

I, Alice Bosma, leave the trials and tribulations of ruling the 
dormitory to anyone who wants them. 

I, Merlys LaFogg, leave my "keep-awake" pills to all who 
need them. 

I, Frances Karrey, leave my artistic ability to be used only in 
Mr. Flagg's classes — not for doodling purposes in the other classes. 

I, Viola Harris, leave my musical ability to all glee club 
members. 

I, Carol Molloy, leave my gum-chewing techniques to all under- 
classmen. 

I, Betty Grande, leave my ability to be the first one out of class. 

I, Phyliss Andrews, leave my transportation difficulties be- 
hind me. 

I, Teresa Connors, leave my permission to keep the windows 
closed during winter sessions. 

We, the class of 1949, for the benefit of the teachers leave! 



Former Class Members 



John Allen 
Christine Cardillo 
William Crosier Jr. 
Helen Bradshaw 
Faith Chicoine Gagnier 
Margaret Cowhig 
Edward Francis 
John Finn 
Joseph Jayko 
Kenneth K. Kimball 
Barbara Kirby 
Hewitt R. Lansing 
James McMahon 



Norman Marlowe 
Aline Wylde Nagle 
Anthony Papirio 
Peter Stephenson 
George Strizzi 
Belden Shaffer 
Martin Taylor 
George Taylor 
Doris Schneider 
Donald Vigneault 
Nan Ross Witto 
Evelyn Williams 
Walter Ziemelak 




JUNIOR CLASS 



Class Officers 



President, Paul Komisar 

Vice-President, James Dougherty 
Secretary, Eunice Beaudin 

Treasurer, Daniel Connors 



Junior Class History 

The needs, interests and abilities of the class of '50 have been 
met and satisfied during, this, the notorious junior year. The par- 
ticular needs for furthuring their education and becoming familiar 
with the art of pedogogy were satisfied by a full schedule of classes 
at the college and the training school. There were no noticeable 
repercussions resulting from the hyper-active schedule. There is 
little that can break such spirit as ours ! 

The interests were numerous and various. Every organization 
found itself either led by or at least swamped by the vociferous 
members of the class. Never let it be said that the class of '50 is 
shy, retiring or humble. 

Their abilities were utilized often, challenged sometimes but 
ineffective, never. The junior stunt night, a western satire, is an 
excellent example. The prom was memorable and a fitting tribute 
to the departing seniors. 

The loss of Dr. Harry S. Broudy to Framingham State 
Teachers struck home, for he was the class advisor. The only 
happy consequences of his leaving were the memorable evening at 
Armstrong's in his honor and the appointment of Dr. Mileham as 
his successor. 

The year has passed, and a slightly uninhibited, slightly delin- 
quent and exceedingly spirited class has risen to become high and 
mighty, but never dignified seniors. 

Joy Dorfman '50 




SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Class Officers 



President, William Harrington 

Vice-President, Norma Prince 

Secretary, Theresa Riordan 

Treasurer, Shirley Tillbrook 



Sophomore Class History 



Here's our history told in versus, 
A tale of blessings and of c(o)urses; 
And yet filled up with such joyful joys 
For our boys met girls and girls met boys. 



Looking Back 



Oh, in September back we trooped ; 
At our schedules just once we looked, 
While all our summer vim and vigor 
Now went to make our brains grow bigger. 



Back to School 



But still with a gay abandon we 
Did frolic about with gaiety, 
And (for a tiny fee), were given 
A glimpse of gala halls of heaven. 



Sophomore Prom 



Oh, soon the weeping and wailing came, 
Although we struggled with might and main. 
The dreaded blue books were upon us, 
And we all felt that we were goners. 



Exams 



But we'll draw the veil up on our sorrow 
To raise it again upon the morrow 
In a room where happy voices ring 
And the sounds of carefree laughter ring. 



Stunt night 



After looking back on this long year, 
We still are hoping that soon we will hear 
('Cause much we did was really nifty) 
"We'll all be back in nineteen fifty!" 



Looking Ahead 



Rosemary Barry '51 




FRESHMEN CLASS 



Class Officers 



President, Lynn Farrell 

Vice-President, Robert Bersaw 
Secretary, Phyllis Miller 

Treasurer, Charles Moloney 



Freshmen Class History 



Julius Caesar and the Freshmen Class Who would ever 

think that they had anything in common? The idea is not quite so 
fantastic as it may seem. Caesar said, "I came, I saw, I conquered," 
and that is exactly what we Freshmen did. 

In September we came, not any too sure of ourselves but 
determined to do the best we could. The Freshmen Reception and 
the dormitory initiation made us realize that we were in friendly 
territory. The upper classmen gave us many ideas about what was 
expected from our class and we attempted to fulfill their great 
expectations. After a spirited campaign we elected officers to 
represent us in the Student Association. In addition, the social 
sponsored by our class was very successful. We managed to sur- 
vive examinations and then looked back on what we consider a very 
successful semester. 

The second half of the year brought us new problems and new 
endeavors. Stunt night was only one of our difficulties, but under 
the direction of able committees the talented members of the class 
did an excellent job. In all our efforts we were generously aided 
by many in the other classes to whom we are sincerely grateful. 

Spring came to the college on the hill and with ft came exams 
once more. Our first year at N. A. S. T. C. was ended and all of 
us could look back on it with happiness. As Freshmen we had 
studied long and laughed long and we felt we had been successful 
in all our class projects. Like Caesar we came, we saw, and surely 
we conquered. 

Katharine Irwin '52 




Student Council Officers 

President, Arthur Bartlett Central Treasurer, Harold Gomeau 

Secretary, Norman Dupuis 




M.A.A. and Commuter Officers 

President, James Dougherty and Mary O'Brien; 

Vice-President, Joseph Joseph and Marcia Cate 
Secretary, Robert Dean and Sylvia Holmes 
Treasurer, Daniel Connors 

Upperclass representatives, William Rokowski, 

Stephen Boisvert 
Lowerclass representative, Loren Jangrow 



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Frank Fuller Murdock Society 



President, Alice Bosma 



Secretary, Eunice Beaudin 




Current Events Club 



President, Paul LaPlante Vice-President, Mark Murray 

Secretary-Treasurer, Teresa Connors 




Drama Club Officers 

President, James Dougherty 

Vice-President, Dorothy DelDebbio 
Secretary, Mary Sparks 

Treasurer, Daniel Connors 




Glee Club Officers 

President, Leo Vigneault 

Vice-President, Marie Lamarre 
Secretary, Marcia Gate 

Librarian, Dunham Haley 




Taconic Columns Staff 



Editor, Mark L. Murray 
Senior Editors, Joy Dorfman, Oscar Lamoureaux, Stephen Boisvert 
Associate Editor, Rosemary Barry Feature Writer, Sally Higgins 




Dormitory Council 



President, Alice Bosma 

Vice-President, Shirley Newell 

Secretory-Treasurer, Frances Martin 
Representatives , Jane Griffin, 

Barbara Bradley, Betty Clark 




Cheerleaders 

Lynn Farrell ; Jenny Pelc ; Doris Knechtel ; Marie Briggs 

Mickey Angers. 

Missing when picture was taken was Phyllis Miller. 




Boys' Basketball 

Seated left to right, Corky McCann; Bill Minardi; Steve Boisvert; 

Jack White; Jim Glavin; Ben Davis. 
Standing left to right, Coach Jim Doran; Marvin Gangemi; 

Stuie Cutler ; Louis Parisien ; Ed French ; Joe Anton ; 

Dunham Haley; John Lilly. 
Back row, Manager Steve Amato; Athletic Director William Malone 
Missing when picture was taken, Ed Whalen ; Henry Serre; 

Milton Lipa. 



BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1 948- 1 949 

Own Score Opponent Opponent Score 

44 * Keene, N. H. State Teachers College 43 

70 * Westfield, Mass. State Teachers College 30 

64 Stockbridge, Mass. Aggies 50 

66 Rutland Junior College 48 

62 New England College 50 

44 * Fitchburg, Mass. State Teachers College 42 

61 * Salem, Mass. State Teachers College 39 

38 * Plymouth, N. H. State Teachers College 43 

44 * Fitchburg, Mass. State Teachers College 45 
60 Rutland Junior College 46 
55 * Keene, N. H. State Teachers College 44 
43 * Plymouth, N. H. State Teachers College 56 
58 Williams College (overtime) 61 
41 * Westfield, Mass. State Teachers College 18 

45 * Salem, Mass. State Teachers College 36 
45 * Farmington, Me. State Teachers College 52 

* New England Teachers College Conference Games 

Season Record Won 11 Lost 5 

Conference Record Won 7 Lost 4 

Total Points Own 840 Opponents 703 

High Scores — Lilly 178, Parisien 172, French 150, Anton 128 
Coach, James M. Doran 



COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM 



Processional 



Verdi 



Invocation 



Reverend Victor B. Chicoine, D.D. 



Again In Unison We Stand 



Glee Club 



Trehame 



Presentation of Candidates for the 
Bachelor's Degree 



Wallace H. Venable 



Presentation of Candidates for the 
Master's Degree 



Dr. Hazel B. Mileham 



Awarding of Degrees 



President Grover C. Bowman 



Awarding of Prizes 



Address 



Joseph Earl Perry 
President, Newton Savings Bank 



Singing — The National Anthem 



Recessional 



Elga r 



Yearbook Staff 



Editor-in-Chief 
Associate Editor 
Photography Editor 
Business Manager 
Photographers 
Advisor 



Marie Lamarre 



Paul Klein 



Helen Taskin 



Carol Mollov 



Modern Studio - Howard D'Amico 



Miss Underhill 



Staff Members 
Joy Dorfman Alice Bosma 

Rosemary Barry Elizabeth Bailey 

Katharine Irwin Arthur Bartlett 

Phyliss Andrews 



Acknowledgement 

We, THE SENIOR CLASS, wish to express our 
gratitude to those people who have been helpful in 
making our Yearbook a success. We are especially 
grateful to Miss Underhill for her valuable assistance. 

We also wish to thank our photographers, the 
Modern Studios, for their patience and assistance, 
the White Eagle Printing Company, and those whose 
advertisements appear on the following pages. 



Seniors 



Phyliss Andrews 
Arthur Bartlett 
Alice J. Bosnia 
Teresa E. Connors 
Roland A. Gagnier 
Elizabeth J. Grande 
Viola I. Harris 
Frances C. Karrey 
Paul A. Klein 
Merlys LaFogg 
Marie V. Lamarre 
Pearl Landstrom 
Mary A. Martin 
Carol M. Molloy 
Gertrude C. Peck 
Ann M. Schlosstein 
Helen G. Taskin 



419 Church Street 
30 Newell Street 
1£0 Summer Street 
155 Pleasant Street 
Goodrich Street 
Orchard Street 
64 Charles Street 
Goodrich Street 
46 Fairview Avenue 
4:; Liberty Street 
South Road 
Housatonic Street 
16 Quincy Street 

East Main Street 

28 Washington Avenue 



Savoy, Mass. 
North Adams, Mass. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 
Lee, Mass. 
North Adams, Mass. 
Stockbridge, Mass. 
Adams, Mass. 
North Adams, Mass. 
Stockbridge, Mass. 
Westfield, Mass. 
North Adams, Mass. 
Heath, Mass. 
Lenox, Mass. 
North Adams, Mass. 
Shelburne, Mass. 
Warren, Mass. 
North Adams, Mass. 



uniors 



Eunice Beaudin 
Stephen Boisvert Jr. 
William Bringan 
Goodwin Brown 
Constance W. Burdick 
Marcia Cate 
Louis Ciolkowski 
Daniel Connor ; 
Robert Dean 
Dorothy DelDebbio 
Joy Dorfman 
Barbara Fallon 
Marjorie Gould 
James Dougherty 
Jane Griffin 
Sylvia Holmes 
Joseph Joseph 
Doris Knechtel 
B. Paul Komisar 
Oscar Lamoureaux 
John Lilly 
Raymond Lynch 
Adelard Mailhot 
William Minardi 
John Nagle 
Shirley Newell 
James Nichols 
Mary O'Brien 
Jessie O'Hara 
Louis Parisien 
Genevieve Pelc 
Roger Prince 
Walter Richardson 
William Rokowski 
Joseph Rosi 
James Russell 
Mary Ann Siciliano 
Leo Vigneault 
William Walsh 
Bruno Zaffino 



25 Lincoln Street 
164 Bracewell Avenue 

43 Leonard Street 
72 Quincy Street 
159 Pleasant Street 
416 Church Street 
22 Albert Street 

224 Washington Street 
75 Cady Street 

225 State Street 
152 Church Street 

41 Holbrook Street 

44 Cady Street 
902 Front Street 

128 Columbia Street 

71 North Summer Street 

578 Chicopee Street 

20 South Street 

62 Chase Avenue 

288 East Main Street 

193 State Street 

42 Wales Street 
106 Pleasant Street 
104 Springfield Street 
254 Eagle Street 

82 Park Street 

1001 Union Street 

59 Grove Street 

60 Bradley Street 

842 South Church Street 

4 Court B Curtis Ter. 

48 Walker Street 

7 Carson Avenue 

77 River Street 

22 Chapmen Street 

31 Dover Street 

245 East Street 



North Adams, Mass. 
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Canaan, Conn. 
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Greenfield, Mass. 
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Pittsfieid, Mass. 



Soph 



omores 



Stephen Amato 
Joseph Anton 
Mildred Ayres 
Elizabeth Bailey 
Rosemary Barry 
Eileen Bates 
David Beall 
Bernard Beauchamp 
Elvira Bellows 
Benjamin Betti 
Barbara Bradley 
Donald Bullett 
Catharine Burrington 
Kathleen Coty 
Stuart Cutler 
Francis Dennett 
Norman Dupuis 
James Glavin 
Harold Gomeau 
William Grady 
Elmer Dunham Haley 
William Harrington 
Mary Havreluk 
Harold Hedges 
Sally Higgins 
Bernard Hubbard 
Carol Jenkins 
W. S. Kirmil 
Barbara Koch 
Paul Langer 
Paul La Plante 
Eleanor Low- 
John Lucy 

Frances Ann Martin 
Patricia Moody 
Albert Mottau 
Mark Murray 
Ruth Murray 
Robert Nagle 
Theresa Nolan 
Edward Olszowy 
Spero Pappas 
Shirley Phelps 
Patricia Prendergast 
Norma Prince 
Mary Provencher 
Theresa Riordan 
Janet Seletsky 
Anthony Sirrico 
Franklin Smith 
Mary Sparks 
Valmore Therrien 
Shirley Tillbrook 
Stanley Toporowski 
Casimer Uchman 
Edward Whalen 
Darryl Wiejazka 
Edwin Wood 



30 Marietta Street 

13 Walker Street 
Mt. View Ter. 

93 Warren Street 
306 Houghton Street 
100 North Street 
30 Williams Street 

53 Dover Street 

64 Center Street 

154 Montague City Rd. 

17 Woodlawn Avenue 

395 Lebanon Avenue 
21 Elmwood Avenue 

14 Arnold Street 
83 First Street 
Church Street 

35 Jackson Street 
99 Francis Street 

54 Holbrook Street 

29 High Street 

8801 Shore Road 
Main Street 
34 Brown Street 
Apple Valley Rd. 
205 East Street 
Adams Road 

55 Summer Street 
332 East Main Street 
95 N. Hancock Street 
371 Maraine Street 
Housatonic Street 

30 Lynde Street 
182 Dover Street 
37 Marietta Street 
37 Marietta Street 
106 Pleasant Street 
638 Ashland Street 
4 Richmond Street 

21 Murray Street 

420 Eagle Street 
60 Bradley Street 
69 Main Street 
91 Hathaway Street 
4 Alton Court 
66 South Street 

17 Pattison Avenue 
17 Taft Street 
637 King Street 

1 Weber Street 

22 Spring Street 
91 Warren Avenue 
153 Veazie Street 



North Adams, Mass. 
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Dalton, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
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Hawiey, Mass. 
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Williamstown, Mass. 
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Lexington, Mass. 
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Brookline, Mass. 
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Margaret Adams 
Marjorie Angers 
Edith Axel rod 
Carolyn Baier 
Robert Bersaw 
Marie Briggs 
Barbara Broadhurst 
Gloria Brown 
Gunther Bruggeman 
William Buckley 
Katherine Carriddi 
Louise Cavazza 
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George Cobelli 
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Howard D'Amico 
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Madelyn Farrell 
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Croyle Hevner 
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Robert Loomis 
Mary Lord 
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Carol Manchester 
WMlliam Matthews 
Alvin McCann 
Patricia McCann 
Phyllis Miller 
Richard Mulcahy 
Agostino Patella 
John Quinn 
Alton Reynolds 
Lionel Richard 
Henry Serre 
Anne Shea 
Harold Smalley 
James Teeple 
Robert Wade 
Jane Wheeler 
John White 
Milton Lipa 
Mary Magner 



627 Main Street 
78 Leycred Ter. 
29 State Road 

18 Ripley Street 
56 Water Street 
999 Mass. Avenue 
95 Mechanic Street 
163 Marchonis Rd. 
62 Main Street 
103 Eagle Street 

74 West Main Street 
376 Church Street 
227 Priest Street 
102 Furnace Street 

148 Brooklyn Street 
39 Bracewell Avenue 
440 Houghton Street 
64 Morris Street 
21 Spadina Pky. 
Park Street 
119 State Street 

66 Glen Street 
131 State Street 

68 Lawrence Avenue 
98 Summer Street 
Orchard Street 
37 Holbrook Street 
201 East Main Street 

Mill Street 
109 College Street 
16 Abbott Street 
27 Wesleyan Street 

67 Summer Street 
145 Medford Street 

127 Pratt Avenue 

43 North Hoosac Road 
21 Rickard Street 

60 Cliff Street 
140 Robbins Street 
70 Quincy Street 

83 Dean Street 
90 Barth Street 

44 Dorchester Street 
78 Dowinp- Street 
1058 Mass. Avenue 

2 East Hoosac Street 

19 Hobbs Road 
Main Street 

41 East Quincy Street 
170 Francis Street 



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NASSIF'S 


Compliments of 


PROFESSIONAL 




PHARMACY 


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116 Main Street 


Corner of Ashland and 




Summer Streets 



MODERN DAIRY, Inc. 



Finest in the East 



298 State Street Phone 2670-R 

North Adams, Massachusetts 



GOLD FLOWER GREYLOCK 

BRANDS 

FINER CANNED FOODS 
Since I 876 



H. W. CLARK North Adams, Pittsfield 



Compliments of 
McCraw & Tatro 


Treet Cleaners 

"Be Neat With Treet" 
4 Miner St. No. Adams 


Compliments of 

Burlingame & Darbys 
Co. 


Compliments of 
Kay's Specialty Shop 


Compliments of 

Mohawk Gift Shop 


Compliments of 
The Style Shop 


Compliments of 
Hollywood Millinery 


"Stop Askin See Taskin" 

Taskin Furniture Co. 

38 Holden St. No. Adams 


C. H. Cutting & Co. 

North Adams 


Compliments of 

Chick's Cafe 

Adams, Mass. 


Young Men's Clothing 


Compliments of 
Emily's Beauty Salon 



Compliments of 

MOHAWK VALLEY AVIATION, Inc. 

Single and Multi-Engine Charter Service 

If Experience is What it Takes 
14 yrs . WE HAVE IT 14 yrs. 

Multi-Engine Ambulance Service 

Fastest and Cheapest 

North Adams Telephone 138 



Compliments of 

RENTON'S BAKERY 

BREAD 


Complinu nts of 

JAMES R. DORAN 
TILE CO. 

Rubber, Asphalt, 

Linoleum Tile, 

and Linoleums 

73 Furnace St. Tel. 607-M 


ROLLS 
PASTRIES 


Compliments of 

LEV HARDWARE 
SUPPLY CO. 

26 Hclden St. Xo. Adams 


74 Holden St. No. Adams 


Compliment* of 

FISCHLEIN'S 
ICE CREAM 

307 Ashland St. Xo. Adams 


Plates made by 

EAGLE ENGRAVING 
COMPANY 


Compliments of 

MAUSERT'S 
ICE CREAM CO. 

188 River St. Xo. Adams 


Pittsneid. -Mass. 
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